The 'Shroom:Issue 128/Palette Swap
Greetings, readers, and welcome to the November issue of Palette Swap!
We're looking a little sparse this month, I know. Keep in mind that we are always open to new ideas! If you'd like to revive an old section, or if you have a new idea, tell us about it! Send completed section applications to Tucayo on the forums, or if you want to pitch a new idea, I can answer any questions you might have. Send a PM to let me know! If you have an art or music blog or website that you'd like to advertise, we also do community advertisments as well. You can send me your ad on the forums.
With that out of the way, let's get to the good stuff! ~FunkyK38
Section of the Month
What's on the Box?
Hello readers, and welcome back to What's on the Box.
Even though this game won't be releasing in my country (or most countries for that matter) until late next month, it has been released for you American viewers, so a quick analysis of it isn't out of place.
I have never owned an entry in the Mario Party series, but this game could potentially change that. On the boxart is Mario in some party gear, proudly presenting the title of the game. Other than that there's nothing else except for a wide range of minigames, from a wide range of games from the Mario Party series.
And this wouldn't be What's on the Box if I didn't list some.
Featured on the boxart are: Dinger Derby, Hexagon Heat, Shy Guy Says, Honeycomb Havoc, Coney Island, Pokey Pummel, Trace Race and Pushy Penguins. I would mention more, but there are many that I can't make out. I am however thankful, that it Nintendo didn't decide to feature all 100 minigames on the boxart.
Ongoing Fan Projects
HI, everyone! I'm your quick Statistics Manager, Tucayo, here with November's edition of Take Cover! I want to thank the Core Staff for their votes in last issue's Staff Section of the Month, it's truly a honor to be recognized in this award <3
I don't have much else to say this month, just be sure to read next month's section as it will be extra special! Until then, I'll leave you with a wine-glass cover of Hedwig's Theme from Harry Potter. Enjoy.